Date & Time - Time Machine

Description: This widget allows you to input any date past or future and it will tell you what day of the week it was or is on. Great for planning events or trips, also to satisfy your curiosity what day was the birth of Christ or exactly what day did WWII break out on you can find it all out here!
Author: jonbrown
Version: 4.0
New in v4.0: Version 4.0

Updated user interface and icon elements
Fixes for Mac OSX Mavericks (10.9).
General bug fixes
Uploaded on: September 23rd 2013 at 5:28 PM
Rating: (3.83 stars)   [Show Detailed Ratings]
Downloads: 1118 (all versions), 171 (this version)
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A little big for a small task but otherwise a wonderful idea

Posted by: Bloogersnigen on Dec 29, 05 (4:35 AM) for version 1.0 (previous version)   View Detailed Rating

This is off-topic, but it is historically virtually impossible to tell on which day of the week Christ was born, on account of the many calendar shifts (Julian=>Old Gregorian=>New Gregorian, for example).

Zander Goss

Posted by: zmanthemacguy on Jan 05, 06 (1:02 AM) for version 1.0 (previous version)  

yeah, also since then they have added 2 new months

the root word oct = 8
thats what OCTober. but yet it is 2 months off

Posted by: Uplink on Jul 05, 06 (1:25 AM) for version 2.0 (previous version)  

@ uplink

If you check the widget there are only 12 months, and even though the root OCT does equal 8, August is the 8th month of the year, not October, so it is not 2 months off, October, is the 10th month of the year no matter where you live smiley

Posted by: jonbrown (developer) on Jul 05, 06 (1:33 AM) for version 2.0 (previous version)  

October is the 8th month because at the time (45 BC), the year began in March.

Posted by: gandreas on Jul 05, 06 (3:03 PM) for version 2.0 (previous version)  

I see what your getting at, yes that is true, and also quite interesting! smiley

Posted by: jonbrown (developer) on Jul 05, 06 (5:57 PM) for version 2.0 (previous version)  

great idea - but i second the design is a little bulky for the task.

Posted by: MacCrazy on Jul 17, 06 (3:18 PM) for version 2.0 (previous version)   View Detailed Rating

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